Isabelle Nicolas is a promising Canadian and French soprano now living in Munich, Germany. She is known for the beauty of her full and natural lyric soprano voice. She is above all an artist whose rich interpretation communicates directly with her audience. In 2009, she received the first prize at the Canadian Music Competition and won both Clermont-Pépin and Sillery Music Competitions in 2010. The young soprano was a member of the AIMS Opera Studio in Graz, Austria, and has been the recipient of a number of grants from Le Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec. On the opera scene, she has performed Contessa Almaviva (Le Nozze di Figaro, W.A. Mozart), Micaëla (Carmen, G. Bizet), and Mimi (La Bohème, G. Puccini). In November 2011, she did her Germany debut as Melia in a new production of Mozart’s Apollo et Hyacinthus presented by the Freies Opernensemble München in Munich. Isabelle is also highly acclaimed for her interpretation of sacred repertoire. Since 2012, the talented singer produces and performs a concert series devoted to French and German repertoire, presented in Canada, Germany, France, and England.